Because its the klonoa i played on the original ps when i was a kid. I loved it then and I love it now. You can't say there is something really bad with this game. ITS GOT PANTAMIME SPEAK!!! It is also still pretty difficult at the end of the game like i remember. Platforming greatness.
Anyways for kids growing up with the wii, to not have the game or check it out is a shame. For those older people who didn't play this on the original ps. Yeah too bad, and no, you just won't have the sheer nostalgia factor this game has.
Great if you're new to it...and even if you're not
posted by DonJuggalo (CHICAGO, IL) Oct 17, 2009
Member since Nov 2006
If you were lucky enough to grab a copy of Klonoa for the Playstation, then you know how good this platformer is. Not quite on par with Mario, but Klonoa is a very fun game to play. Here it is remade for the Wii with improved graphics and a few extras...but don't expect a whole new game here, because it's simply a port of the original.
If you've never played, then you owe it to yourself to check it out. The story is a bit cutesy, but after you beat the game there are bonus levels which are very difficult indeed. Worth checking out.
this is one of the strangest games you'll ever play. the story, which is quite heavy throughout, is so strange and full of "what the-" moments, that it'll have you wondering hard about the writers or laughing hard about the insanity. it's extremely funny, but not necessarily on purpose. none of the story will, or ever should make sense to you, but that's part of the magic to it. this game harkens back to a time when games made not a lick of sense, but you kept coming back for more. it's the gameplay here that stands tall. simple and addicting platform gaming, not groundbreaking in any way, but breathtaking in its challenge and simplicity. it's the kind of game that donkey kong would be proud of, but that's not to say it's impossible either, you acquire the necessary skills as a player to overcome this little treasure. the scenery and level design are genius and never repetitive. definitely worth a try, even if you don't want to play it all the way through, but it won't likely take you more than three hours to beat the whole thing.